Originally Posted by Kintaro
I understand your point, but it raises a question I've had. Should you have to make a choice? Shouldn't the clues give us enough? I too have made choices, I just wonder if I'm missing a clue somehow.
I believe we should be able to figure out the puzzles without making choices. However, I still sometimes make a choice. Sometimes I make choices to save time going through the grid to find the data I need. And sometimes I miss something and have to make a choice for that reason. Either way, if you consider that having a checkpoint gives one an unfair advantage over the solver who figures it out without having to make a choice, as much as it would be nice to have, I must come down against having it.